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MOHN1MQ EliTCIIPaiai:, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1911.
One. mora J. lvltt't store prevee Iteelf the $l0f, TM
hlpmil of heautlful LADIES' WAISTS ju.t .rrly.d. First
,hlpnt all ' " 't BOln9 ft. Nothing Ilk. thti
Ms ' n"w" n 're, 1 ' I Jf 1
LHt ertlOfii l fancy nets, marquisettes, beautifully embroidered
and SOlOrs. haylna tha stylish Butrk ...i.
in " ... '
nack and KIMONA
SEE , OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Suspension Bridge Corner
Heaving tha Deep.
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TTi.ll. eld fellow, ait full going I -
'lb "i'"' recital In tho eaiooa tu-
-Xo. timiiU you: I am if.vlt.g all tbe
ftpU rerlluU I need"
rtsnk K. Iavey. of Mtlwaukle, waa
Ibis Hiy '" business Monday.
Tb rmdure Union- sells Hay and
Own Hitches, of nearer Creek, waa
Oregon City Monday on business.
Mr. Km rib, of Beaver Craak. waa
thli rlty Monday.
Tha Prouure Union aalla Arsenate
Mr. Wllliitm Stuart, of Carue. waa
H Own City Monday.
Mr. ami Mr. Forbee, of Carua, were
a town Monday.
flue, fr-h etrawberrlee, IS cent.
M Vifr k Runs, Seventh at rent.
Mrs. MIMtror Mullno, waa- In Ore-
ua City Monday.
Mr. Antlirw Kellenhoffer. of Carua.
tie In OrcKon City Monday.
Mr. ami Mra. Gardner, of Carna.
ttrt In Oif Kim City 8unday,
The Produce I'd ion aella berry-
Mr. Cnxiit, of Mullno. waa In Oregon
City Sunday. , .
MlM Bertha Gnldamlth left for Port.
hid on Monday afternoon to Tlalt rela
via thin city vlalttng br parent, Mr.1
irt Mra. Van Hoy.
E. H Markle, of Balfour, Outhrle
a Co., waa In Oregon City Monday on
Alaaya something new In the Mil
linery line. Mine C. Goldsmith. .
HIm E Winger, of Portland, waa In
iklicliy on Hunday vlaltlnK with Mlaa
' John A. Caraon, one of tha promt
ant atiortipya of 8alem, la In tbla
fit; on IckrI bualneaa.
8amul ricott, of Medford, baa ar
ed In thla city and will visit bla
rtw, Mra. George Bhepard.
Mr. and Mra. Cbarlaa RIaley. of Con
rd, were in thla city on Monday,
"Hog tome here In tjjelr automobile.
Mr. Allen Edwarda,' Norman How
fi. Eph wla and Mr. Bly, of Cania,
t to oak Grove Sunday to work.
Mra. wink, of New Era, who baa
"a the gueat of Mra. O. W. Oraca,
warned to her borne on Sunday even
.Grant White, of Canby, waa In tbla
"'r on MondayTbavlna; brought aoma
Jlhe railroad promoters from tbat
Mr. and Mra. Walter Want worth
M to Monuvllla on Sunday, where
wy tilted with the Utter s brother,
WMIIani and Ralph Marahall.
Mr. and Mra. E. E. Treaaler, of Port
land, were in thla city on Sunday the
Hdae Harry n. Cart
i. I V,d Mr"- c"". r"i
Grove, have arrived In Oregon City
wfrVl."'iln U"lr daushtfr, Mra.
J?' L"'""' and little son.
Gilbert, arrived III thla pit n n,..i..
from Nyaaa, Oregon, and will vlxlt
iie ir aoout nve weea.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Utouretie, ot
Portland, were In this city on Sunday
vial ting at the home of Mr. and Mra.
Mra. Ellen Warren, of K'ir
who haa been vlaltlng her niece, Mrs.
C. O. Miller and mInb Veda Williams,
of this city, baa returned to her home.
Mlaa Ethel Park, who haa been
leaching the Wtlholt school during the
paat aeven montba, haa returned to
thla city, the achool having closed. It
was a moat succeaaful term.
Mr. and Mra. E. W. Hcott will leave
on Tueaday morning for Portland,
w iii-re mejr win remain during the
week attending the Grand Lodge of
the older of Rebokaba.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reohner 'and
little on, Edward, Mlaa Edltb Jackaou
and Mlaa Letha Jackson, of this city,
spent yesterday at the botrfe of Mr.
and Mra. J. H. Jackson, of Clalrraont.
Mlaa Eva Iluncb, of 8Mkane, Waxh.,
who haa been vlaltlng at the home of
her grandmother. Mra. M. Mulvey, of
thla city, left for her home on Monday
Mra. G. A. Harding haa returned to
her borne In thla city, after a visit In
Eugene. She waa one of the patron-
eaaes at the Junior Prom Saturday ev
meet, some of the boys participating.
est Crosa, Harry Hargreavea, Harold
Smith. Uothwell Avlaon, Thornton
Howard, Prof. N. W. Howland and
William 8heanaa have returned from
Eugene, where they attended the track
meet, earn of the boys participating. I
Mra. A. Johnaon, of Portland, was
In this city on Saturday and Sunday
vlaltlng with ber daughter. Mra. Max
well Telford and eon, Earl Luts. Mrs.
Johuaon was on her way home from
Medford, where she bas been vlaltlng
ber daughter, Mrs. Edward Lamport,
Mrs. Fannie Ti. Voltt, of Indianapolis
Ind , wno was elected supreme auditor
of . the Roysl Neighbors at Denver
Colorado, arrived in this city on Sun
day, and will visit her alster, Mra. Ed
Fortune, of Seventh and Jackaon
atreeta. Tbla la Mrs. Vol tie first vllt
to Oregon, and ahe la much Impressed
with the climate and scenery, and
conletnplatea remaining here for aev
era! montba. ' J '
.V"'.' GoWmlt of
Sola CirU Meeta Today.
wliMtl.rCl'' .W.0n,l, ot wJodcrafL
will bold a special meeting Tuaaday a?
of balloting on candidates. All offT
a, Ju'Vf Mrr, Couple.
,ub,,". f Multnomah county
and Clyde W. fioggle, of Waaco couuty,
were marrlel by Juatlce of the Peace
Bameon. The young people were un
attended and refused to give any In
formation regarding themselves.
Marrlaaa Llcanaaa i..,..a
County Clerk! Mulvey,.UHned mar
r. licensee 10 the following on Mon
day: Iona M. Nelson and w V
Parket; Anna Oaret and C. U Hub
be": Alice M. RugKles snd James T.
FORUM OFJTflE PEOPLE
BruI!,lP.?!,l!h'',', ot Th" Morning Enter-
PMC fllMflnlm rairinaaill.llia.. ... T
m.nt ,prw4 latCwlK
.1 h" hVlv,:i ,?..:ff- '''"!
Irf-et a 1 " ' r""'"'"WOti or iwin
lQr to aa nuaalllrifi fM...
irce.""'" proprly '"? ni" pub"
Taxpayer Pleads for Good Roads.
I"'; nome peraonn
r praising and eome are finding fault
f" JHr, our tiacKamaa road
maater. 1 am In rn mn,.A
nret and all the time. I have watched
several of our road aupervlaora work
In lbejat our. years and have no
ticed the areat neoit nr ku.,i ..........
I have aeen roada plowed and scraped
to center, making a nil of looee dirt
as late a October and NnnmU, v
need to tell webfoot what the result
was. Rock road costing the county
14000 per mile only laated two winters
and waa full of bolea and ruts.
In New Hampshire and MaaaachiiH.
etta there are aeneral ma A munUr,
to overaee each town. '
Roth states appropriate large aums
for roada; Massachusetts about 1:10ft.
00O. Wlien a town rai. a oPt.in
amount for Improvement of roads the
amies give a like amount, the work
being dime under belr own engineer
O. W. Owlnga
J. Scholl 4 Co,
City of Oawego
D Call Iff iii,iiiMri'Miif
Frank Marshall ..............
Heart to Heart
By ZDrrrni A.mfiL
. Judge Tbomaa P. Ryan,- of Salem,
waa In this city on Saturday and Sun
day visiting hlsjamlly, who are the
guests of Mr. an Mr. Emery Noble
I. J- Lagesnn left Monday morning
for Henaon. Minn. Before bis return
to Oregon City will visit In Wllllson,
Williams County. North ixuota ana
Ray, North Dakota, at the latter place
la bla 160 acre farm. He will then
proceed to 8L Paul, Minn. Mr. Lage
son'a old Ifome waa at Benson, and be
was In the hardware and Implement
huainess at that Dlace for 18 years.
He will visit with bis brother and als
ter at that place. Mr, Lageson win
remain for about one montn.
THE QYPSIES ENTERTAINED.
Mlaa Zlda " Goldsmith Carries Oft
The Gypalea were enterta-ed on
Saturday evening by Mra. M. D. La
tourette at ber home on Fourteenth
and Main atreeta. The evening waa
devoted to .bridge, the prise being
. ... in uiii zlda Goldamtth: Mra.
E. J. Daulton aaatated the hostess In
serving refreshments. Tne next meet
ing will be held at the home cf 'Mlas
Cla Pratt M , "
Those present at Saturday'e meet
ing were Mla Veda Wllllama, Miss
Cla Pratt, Mlaa Almee Bollack, Mlaa
ii.n nanitnr. MUa Reflate Daulton,
Mlaa Zlda Ooldamltb, Mlaa Marjorte
, Fot and we will give yoa with -
. NEV '
4 months subscription
By Carrier .r
at 45c the month
6 months' subscription
4 at 55c the month
TO THE :.r r--
A Beautiful China PLAQUE Decor?ed KandiSaiely
There are a variety of pattern to choose from.
Make your selection early. , . - - " ' ;
Stibscrlberi May Have Them Too
To any present subscriber who will bring us four
new subscriptions we will present them one of these
beautiful dishes; -? - - v . " ' vj;y:V
ALL eELEcVlONS MUST Bt MADE AT JHE Of NCSE OF THE
Q) 2? cfrca :(ity txtetptkc
BANK , OP OREGON CITY DUILDING
MAN AND WOMAN.
In a public discussion on equal suf
frage recently aa Iowa orator ti-
"Woman la Inherently weaker In
body and Intellert tban manP
I-et us call the roll of history.
Wbeu Israel was at Its lowest ebb a
woman the patriotic Deborah restor
ed tbe nation.. Sbe not only led the
armies, but also wrote tbe battle
From ber tbrone In Egypt Cleopatra
ruled ber own country and ruled also
the world's greatest rulers Caesar and
Tbe "golden a?e" of Greece waa tbe
age of PerlcieeBut a woman ruled
Pericles and Athens and waa able to
answer Roc rates according to his logic
Babylon baa long alnce fallen. Once
It waa great Wbo organized Babylon
ruled It and led Its armies? Wbo but
Bemlramla, a woman, ,- . .
Wbo ebook Rome when even Hanoi
baL tbe great son of HamUcar was
unable? Zenobta, a woman. .
What aoverelgn of Russia can be
compared to Peter tbe Great? Only
one tbe great Catherine.
In the annals of England what two
relgna stsnd ont above all others? Any
schoolboy will tell you tbe reigns of
Elisabeth and Victoria.
Can Austria la all Its troubled his
tory point with pride to a more emi
nent ruler tban strong Maria Theresa?
China with Its centuries of govern
ment never bad an abler executive
tban the late Empress Jal' An. .
And of pocrleNa leader In battle wbo
la above tbe Orleans maid of seven
teea Joan of Arc?
When gross tyranny oppressed the
people ot South America tbe amssons
alobe were able to free tbem.
And . Margaret of Anjou leveled
Time and space would fall ns to tell
of those early American heroine wbo
fought, aide by bide with their hus
bands, beast and anyage. and of Moll
Pitcher at Monmouth and Hannah
Wlnthrop of Lexington, of the heroic
purses and splea of tbe Federal and
Confederate armies, to say nothing of
the. brainy women wbo led phllan
throplea and won reforma and ' wbo
distinguished our time
inferior to menl
I would undertake to show from blsl
tory tbat where woman baa been given
an equal .chance abe baa proved ber
auperlorlty. " - '
Mike Koeja .......
Kdd. Duchhoei ...V.
Howard White .'
E. Hinerwade! ... '
John Grabn .
Wilson Cooke ,
Bulldera Supply Co.
Scripture A Beaullau ........
Eugene Cumina ...
Ore ?a City- Foundry
E;e M(lLa Lumber Co ..'
Clarence Slmmona ...........
Mra. A. Todd ..........
Mra. A. Todd .... ;,...
Roy Oarrett T. . '. . , .". . .". .
Roy Anderson .......
John 8. Owlnga
John Caato .t..'.......
. . .
Fred Marsbsll .. 6.11
City of Oregon CMy .8319.97
County Court a Commissioners.
N.. Blair .....................6 27
W. .11. Mattoon ......... 23.00
D. C. Frost 4.., ' 3.60
R. B. Beatle 40-0
Geo,. A. Brown , 12.02
. Circuit Court
Joseph Conrad ..f 37.00
Michael KrohL.. 3380
l t r t..ji.
" iviumv .....r.i
W. E. Bonuey
E. F. Ginther
Cbrls Kocber ........
D. C. Yoder
John F. Jennings ....
A. P. Todd
R. A. Wright
H.'t. 8blp1ey ........
8. B. Berg ...........
R. W. Zimmerman . . . ,
L. J. Pal ma teer ......
O. C. Whltteo
Chas. Hattan ....I,...
Emll Gelbrlch .....
Adolph Ascboff T7-.
J. J. Cooke
o. w. Atwood ..;';.
John Kent ....'-.,
Wm. Fine ..
W. K. ' Martnell
Chas. Shockley .
B. F. Weddle
J. C. Bradley .....
H. 8. Gibson .....
John Aden ........
W. w. 8mltli'......'........,
Tilley Wyrlck .,
Geo. A. Brown .".
W. H. Cooke
E. L. Shaw
D. O. Wortblngton
B. O. Server
S. J. Robacker
A. L. Robacker
C. G. Smith
Geo. A. Brown
Willamette Hotel ...........
C. G. Miller .7.:.V.7.7:...7
, Justice of the Peace,
W. W. H. Samaom ,m ;. 48.30
. . 5.40
F. A. Miles .....
W. F. Schooley .. ,
Ausel But-kner . .
E. Swanaon . .. ..
E. Swanaon . ..
H. Kruger ,
Geo.- Bush T7.,
D. C, Froat ,
J. R. Kelso ..
Bert Da via ...
Cbaa. Yatee ..
C A. McKeen
RECREATION PARK, . .
Cor.. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sta.
- .v ve.
May. 16, 17, 18, 1920. 21.
Gamaa Begin Weekdays at 8:30.
4 iundsys, 2r30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.
Boys Under 12 Free to Bleachera
. 1911 "
During the months of May, June, July,
. ' August and September,' en dates
- - , shown below, the .
will well round trip tlcktta from
Oregon City Via Portland
Kansss City ..
St Joeeplt ....
St Paul, via Council Bluffs ....
Minneapolis, direct .
Mlnneapol a, v a Couno I Bluff a
Boaton ' .
New York ...... ......
Washington, D. C.
May 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23 24, 25, 27, 28
June 5, 7, , 10 12, 16, 17, 21, 22. 28, 29,
ana so. . .
July 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 19, 20, 26 27 and
August 3, 4, 6, 14 16, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23,
28, 28 and 80.
Septambee 1, 2, 4, 6, 6 a d 7. .
8toj-overs within llmlta In either dl-
rectloe. Final return limit .
For farea one way through California
Inquire of any Southern paciflo
v agent, or write to
' General Passenger Agent
. Portland, Oregon.
R. C Wortblngton .
F. M. Morgan
F. C Harlow
E. T, Elmer .
G. O. Bleaner
8. H. Borland ,
""' - Sheriff,
Wilson A Cooke
W. J. Wilson
J. F. Hodge
F. A. Miles
E. T. Maaa
Fashion Livery Stable
Em matt Donahue
Collection of -Taxes.
cis a Pratt
J. O. Blasts ......
J. M. Wlsner .
W. L. Mulvey .:. ......
E. T. Qulnn
I. M. Harrington .......
M. C. Mulvey .........
Tbe Irwln-Hodson Co. .,
L. E. Williams .......,
Dr. Thos. J. Fox .......
Walter Marks .........
William Betcb ........
C. 8 Allen
M. F. Kocsls
S. E. Drew ............
J. F. Baker ..
8. C. Hulse .
H. S. Mount
Gilbert L. Hedges
Thomas J. Fox ..............
ti G. Noe
W. L. Starkweather
E. W. Randolph
L. H.' Klrchem
Clara Mitchell ....... .
M. E. Gaffney
, .- . Surveyor.
Kllhan Stationery Printing
H. H. Johnson
8. A. D. Hungate ............
Harry Gray ..r.
D. T. Meldrum
Paul " Dunn
D. Sherman .................
8. E. Wooster . .'
O. C. Klaetsch ..V..
Huntley Broa.-Cov ..j ,
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co.
Home Tel. & Tel. Co.,v7...,
Pioneer Transfer Co
Wilson & Cooke
. . . 60.00
... ' 1.70
"filffc and ;
niTUCH of the taste and pleasars
IVil in eating good food depends on
the sugar and syrups tised. v . ,
Thint'of the finished delight
given to yovt morning meal when the
syrop osed with yoor calces is pleaitog to yoor taste.
Note that deiicioosness . when you drink well-made
coffee with the' right kind of sogar in it. Small mat
ters yes but i is fast those small matters that make
life a complete success or a round of annoyances We
have studied the question we pride ourselves on our V
attention to details of the kind. Come in and ask us.
Some Special Brands Offered This Week
Tea. Garden Syrup, yt gaU, 60c
Preferred Stock, "i gal, 60c
Golden Syrup, a gal, 85e
Caramel Syrup, 45c V
Sunset Syrup, gal., 60c
Cooking Molasses, gal, 40c
J. E. OEELEY ;
CORNER 9TH AND MAIN STREETS
Notice of Application forUquorJUk
Notice Is hereby Kiven that Marie
Erlckson will apply to the County
Court of tbe County of Clackamaa
County, Oregon, t on Wednesday, 7th
day of June, 1911, for a license to sell
splrltuousvinoua and malt liquor and
fermented elder, commonly called hard
cider, In less quantities than one gal'
Ion, at Clackamaa Tavern, In Aber-
netby Precinct, aald County. Tbla ap
plication is based on the following pe
tition therefor. .
. MARIE ERICKSON.
To. the Hon. County Court of Clacka
mas County, Oregon.
We, tbe undersigned legal voters,
residing In Abernethy Precinct, Clack'
amaa County, Oregon, hereby petition
your Honorable body to grant Marie
Erlckson a license to sell. In Aber
nethy Precinct at Clackamaa Tavern,
spirituous, malt or vinous liquor or fer
mented cider, commonly known aa
hard cider, in lesa quantities than one
gallon. It being understood tbat sales
shall only be for use with meals and
not at or over any bar. -
Names, . Names.
E. Rivers Geo. McKlnnua
Ed H. Purgeson C R. Livesay
Joseph Melndle -
Builders Supplies Co.
Frank Mattoon .........
V. Harria ..........
E. T. Mags ............
St. Vincent's Hoapltal . .
R. L. Holman
Mra. Rose Nehren ...""...
Mra. A. I Joy
MrMs. A. G. Guymup ...
Farr Brothers .
C. R.' Thorpe Co. ,. . . .
J. E. Seeley ...
Dr. H. S. Mount
Western Union Tel Co.
Dr. M. C. Strickland . ,
Chas. Croner .........
. v 135
. - 10.00
.. ' " , .75
Call at 414 .Water Street or phone
Printing and Advertising. V
Oregon City Enterprise .i.... 3160.25
Oregon City Courier ...... .V.. "86.50
Wild Animal Bounty. -
W. P. Roberts ....T..3 3.50
G. F. Boyer ' 3.50
Adolph Ascboff 11.00
E. White ..... 18.00
WANTED Automobile Agents. . I
have Clackamaa Co. open yet for
tbe Patterson 30 and 40 horse power
cars at moderate prices and would
like to near from some live agent
Answer quick. Territory closing
fast. Arthur E. Laflar, gtate Dis
tributor, Salem, Ore. Box 14. :.
WANTED You to know toat we buy
all klnda ot Curloa, that we are In
. the market for second hand Furni
ture and Tools. We also have s
. good assortment "of second "band'
' Furniture "and Tools on hand for
: sale lo those In need.. Come anJ
see; perhapa we have Just wbat yow
, want Indian Curloa and trinkets
. for sale cheap; some that are very
unique and also very rare. GEORGE
YOUNG, Main near Fifth street. .
FOR SALE Good second hand dellv
. ery wagon. Inquire Royal Bakery,
7th Street . . " -V -
John A. Howland
J. H. Dunn
P. C. Praeger
E. E. Dune
C. H. Dauchey. Jr. 8. Ltllle
Sam Case Alfred Ladd
F. A. Wallett
J. C. Pience
C. E. Smith
P. E. Porter
W. H. 8mlth
T. T. Pankey
J. W. McAnulty
J. O. Smith
L. L. Smith '
A. E. Daggett
W. L. Daggett
W. W. Smith ,
H. D. Marston
C. E. Rolling
Fred Hogg, Jr.
F. T. Reiling
John Straight .
B. M. Short
Chas. B. Hepllng
F. H. Oldenberg
F. 'A. Jones '
W. B. Boerner
J. S. Moore .
P. M. Murray
M. L Smith
J. J. Walker
W. M. Holahu
C. H. Gray
F. T. Prenachoff .
W; E. Rauch t
C. C. Lake
L. E. Combs
Frank E. 8mlth
Geo. E. Marshal)
E. R. Case -
E. U Chaae
a O. Patteraoa
P. V. Monger
C. A. Cased ay
Fr F. Fisher
W. Jetke : -G.
F. H. Louie Blane
O. L. Smith
C.-O. Smith . .
C. O. Rlnehart '
August Bolle (3)
Alex Beaton .
G. U Wltherall -
E. C. Swarts ,
J. Rhlnea i
John M. Davla .
K. J. Yabnson
A. Flaherty '
F. W. Hubbard
J. H. Barnett A
8. J. Jones
John SL- Smith
J. P. Serres
C. A. Mann
E. B. Barnett
City Treasurer's Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that there are
sufficient funds on band In the treas
ury of Oregon City to pay all outstand
ing Road Fund Warrants endorsed
prior to July 7th, 1910.
Also all Water Fund Warrants en
dorsed prior to October 6th, 1908. ;
Interest ceases with the date of this
Dated at Oregon City, Oregon, May
16th, 1911. .
M, D. LATOURETTE, !
Treasurer of Oregon City.
FOR SALE Two fine residence' lota
9th and Washington Sta, very Cheap.
" Terma. Enquire 418 7th 8t .
ACREAGE One to five seres in sight
of Oregon City. 150 and $200 per
acre; good level land; one . mile
from ear line. Clyde A McRae, 1003
Main St, Oregon City. - t "
FOR 8ALEV House, two 'Iota, on cor
ner, house recently built; 12x28, two
. rooms, brick, flue, other Improve-'
' ments, good soil, garden In. v Splen
did view of City and Mountains.
Good reason for selling. For loca
tion inquire - Mr. Winkle'a store,
W et Oregon City. - Harvey Buck,
' Oregon City.
Wants, Tor Sale, Etc
Notices under these elaaalfled heading
will be tnae'd at one cent a word, flrei
Insertion, half a cent additional taaer
tiona. One Inch rard. SI per month; hail
Inch card. (4 lines) tl per month.
Cash must acoompaay order unless on
haa an open account with tbe paper. No
financial responslbilltjr for errors; wtiere
errors occur free corrected notice wlU b
printed tor patron. Minimum eharce lie
LOST Back comb, rhlnestone aet
:. ting. Leave at Enterprise. Reward..
BUILDER AND CO'OJWACTOR. ,
HARRY JONES Builder aad General
, Contractor. Estimates chew fully
given on all classes of building
work, concrete walka and-relaforced
concrete. Res. pboae Mala 111; .
WANTED Woman or girl for house
work, telephone Main 3063 or apply
1306 Main Street
WANTED Room with private family
ana occasional use or piano, sner
man W. Moody, at Andresene JeweN
ry Store. v
GIRL WANTED Girl or general
housework. Experience not ao Im
portant as willingness to learn. Ap
ply 1006 Main afreet, Oregon City.
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Good wagea for light party.
O. D. KBY, Attorney-at-Law, Money
loaned, abstracts furnished, land
titles examined, estates nettled, gen
eral law business. Over Bank of
U'REN A SCHUEBEL, Attorueya-at-N
Law, Deutaeher Advokat, will prae
ttee In all eourta, make eollecUoaa
and settlements. Office tn Cter
prise Bids, Oreco City, Oreson.
BL B. COOPER. For Fire Insurance
and Real Eatate. Let us handle
yomr properties we bay, aell and
exchange. Office In Eaterprlse
Bldg., Oregon City. Oregon.
P etc h e f o n S t a l 1 i. o o
VTLL HAKE JC2ASON AT
Oregon Qtjr, in Pattnzrs Feed Dam
PpHidrPP' Sir y PoUy; firat dam, Quean; Second da Et
r dapple bay.v Weight 18C0 ptuuii.
TprriC To lnaare mare with foal $12, Single acrvlce 13. Sea
I II liUe Nn 10 jo inaure colt to stand and tuck $15. Care
will be taken to prevent accident, bat will not be rer;9&sf!
should any occur. If mare la removed, sold or traiid, money be
comes due at once.
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